When decorating your child's room, think beyond primary colors and building blocks. The decor you choose can also double as an educational resource and invaluable learning tool. And the best part: It can also be fun!
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A wall decal of the United States is a great way to keep track of your family vacations or favorite destinations. Because it's dry-erase, it's also easy for your child to practice state names and capitals.
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As Easy as A, B, C
Displaying the alphabet in your child's room can be a playful way to spark both creativity and learning. In this set, a fun drawing corresponds to each letter to aid in comprehension.
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Teaching your child about tidiness and organization is easy with a wall organizer made from fabric scraps, or old shirts. Simply sew them together to create a pocketed quilt and hang it on the wall. The organizer is a great way to store children's books, stuffed animals, and more.
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Create a study center out of old cardboard boxes to give your child a private and quiet setting to complete his or her "work." Just trim away the top and bottom of a large box, secure the edges with colored duct tape, and outfit the carrel with your child's favorite markers and colored pencils.
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Out of This World!
Give your child's room a sense of awe and wonder with these solar-system wall decals. This set comes with informational cards and labels to make learning the names of planets easy.
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Go Under the Sea
Take a swim! These aquatic wall decals make learning about the ocean fun and exciting. Because this set is removable, it's easy to rearrange them in a variety of different ways to accommodate any room.
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Birds and Banners
Practicing writing is a lot more exciting when you can do it on the wall (we know you already know this)! Maybe instead of crayons on your pristine white walls, they can practice on these dry-erase wall decals that come in a pretty bird motif.
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When the weather is cold and rainy, your child can still get a little physical activity with a homemade hopscotch mat. You can also keep it out year-round as part of their floor decor.
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Grow Up, Up, and Away!
Kids love to keep track of their growth, but skip drawing lines on the wall. With this cute circus wall decal set, you can keep up with your child's spurts with colorful dry-erase stickers. They're also removable!
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A felt game board is easy as tic-tac-toe. Just cut out your child's favorite shapes or game pieces and stick them on the wall.
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Use Your Imagination